Increase Dryer Efficiency & Reduce Fire Risk With Our Expert Dryer Vent Cleaning Services
Is your clothes dryer operating at maximum efficiency, or is it negatively affecting your indoor air quality and putting you at high risk for a house fire?
According to a 2012 U.S. Fire Administration report, nearly 2,900 clothes dryer fires occurred in the U.S. between 2008 and 2010. These fires resulted in millions of dollars worth of property damage, about 100 injuries, and even a handful of deaths. The worst part is: that most of these fires could have been prevented if a professional dryer vent cleaning service had been performed.
In addition to high fire risk, dirty dryer vents can also leave your home filled with dust, lint, and other allergens that can negatively affect your indoor air quality. Have you been doing your part to protect your home and family?
Is It Time For Your Dryer Vent Cleaning?
Without a proper inspection, it can be difficult to know if it’s time for a professional dryer vent cleaning, but here are some tell-tale signs:
Your dryer takes longer than usual to dry a normal-sized load of clothes.
Your clothes and your dryer are extremely hot to the touch after drying.
Lint is building up behind your dryer and/or around the exhaust vent.
Even if you’re not noticing any issues with your dryer, those of us here at Clean Air America can perform an 8-point inspection to help you determine if it’s time to have your dryer vents professionally cleaned. During the inspection, we’ll check every critical part of your dryer and exhaust system, looking for any blockages or flammable lint buildup.
Our 8-Point Inspection & Evaluation
Should our 8-point inspection reveal that your dryer vents need cleaning, you can count on us to provide you with the most thorough, mess-free service! You can count on our professional technicians to complete the job with the highest safety standards in mind.
Inspecting the exterior vent and cap for blockage or damage.
Taking anemometer readings to test dryer temperature and air flow.
Checking for lint and debris along the wallks and floors near the dryer.
Inspecting the lint screen channel for obstructions.
Wiring and Motor
Removing the rear access panel to inspect the wiring and motor.
Job on at Clean Air America is the protection of your home and property.
Removing the vent hose and inspecting the rear exhaust elbow for damage or debris.
Inspecting the vent hose for lint build-up and possible damage.
We’ll Keep Your House Clean Throughout The Process
During the cleaning process, we’ll use our Power Vacuum Truck to pull the lint right out of your house and ensure that no lint or debris escapes back into your home. We’ll also wear protective coverings on our shoes to guarantee a mess-free cleaning!